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Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
is in chicago with news of a program using words to bridge the economic gap. >> why? >> ans esha, her four-year-old daughter, at the test, even at snack time. the 25-year-old single mom learned how to improve her daughter's vocabulary through a pilot program called 30 million words. the name comes from the word gap that researchers say sometimes exists between higher income kids who interact with their parents, and lower income kids who sometimes don't. the program helps those kids improve their vocabulary by teaching them different ways to talk to them. a. device like a pedometer, measures the amount of words kids learn. >> i want to say about the fifth or sixth week my daughter called something ridiculous. it was like, who are you talking to? >> it takes avillage. >> a pediatric surgeon developed 30 million words after noticing some of her low income patients didn't progress as well as others following surgery. >> the realized the difference i was seeing in my patients had nothing to do with their hearing loss but rather the language environment they were being exposed to early
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 2:30pm PST
cities are aiming higher. recently chicago and new york announced that they are attempting to reduce all fatalities to zero in the next 10 years. based off models that have been seen in sweden, netherlands and united kingdom. our city can do the same. in fact our city has already invested enormous resources to identify how collisions happen and to prevent it. we have already studied and identified the most dangerous high injury corridors and areas in the city and the most dangers driving behaviors. we have information and we need to act on what we know and the incredible data we have already collected. supervisors avalos, he and i are making this commitment to our residented zero traffic fatalities in 10 years. as we ask our residents to absorb residential density and more pedestrians and drivers to share our roads, the city need to step up our efforts to make this work with our infrastructure and to make our city safer. we are asking to create san francisco's vision zero based on a three part strategy focus is on engineering and education and enforcement. we believe this will make san f
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
according to chicago magazine. would take 250,000 brownie the bears plus 450,000 spot the dogs and 202 millions of pincher, the lobsters at their current value to equal 53 million bucks warner paid the irs in fines. some people are still holding out hope on ebay. the original princess diana beanie-baby went for 4 to $5 originally is for sale half a million dollars. the catch, not one single person has bid for it. suffice it to say, there is no shortage of princess diana bears out there. that 500,000-dollar bear isn't going anywhere anytime soon. liz: it had a gold crown, remember that? >> we all had a beanie-baby story, right. david: not i. not i. but we're still like the story. jo ling, good to see. >> we have a few major stock stories you need to watch tomorrow. we broke news general motors is giving a 30-cents stock dividend. we broke the news they would reinstate the dividend and the stock is jumping. david: tesla, what a roller-coaster over the past few months. "wall street journal" says the lick trek car company will set up a network of charging stations in china. this is the wor
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
someone read -- who reads to them. compared to 55% of children who are above the poverty level. in chicago with the tails on the project hoping to bridge the gap. >> anish sha is always pulling four-year-old caught tore the test. even at snack time. >> you tell mommy how many graham crackers there are? >> the 25-year-old single mom learned how to improve her vocabulary through a pilot programmed called 30 million words. >> see if you are remember that one. >> the name comes from the word gap that researchers say sometimes existed between higher income kids who interact many with with their parents and lower income kids who sometimes don't. the program helps those kids improve their vocabulary by teaching theirn't pas different ways to talk to them, a device measures the number of words the kids learn, newel was astonished by her quick progress. >> actually during the study i want to say maybe the fifth or 6th week, my daughter called something ridiculous, and it was like -- who are you talking to? >> it take as village. >> a pediatric surgeon specializes in implants for the hearing impaire
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm PST
% drop in car and truck sale is to blame. and mixed reaction to this. the chicago cubs' first mascot. he is one of four big league teams without a mascot until yesterday. one team official said clark is young and friendly. but one writes, he looks a lot like the paranoid bear. >>> police in colorado say emergency workers have taken four students and one teacher to the hospital after some sort of chemical device as they describe it, went off inside a classroom at that school. it happened about three hours ago at sky view academy just south of denver. cops say they evacuated the school. police didn't give any more information about this device. they say they do not know whether it was an accident or somebody set it off on purpose for some reason. let's get to will carr in our colorado newsroom. what else do we know if anything? >> well, it was very chaotic scene at sky view academy this morning. this is a public charter school. it has roughly around 1,200 students. what authorities say is that this all went down after 10:00 this morning and shortly after that, parents got the phone call th
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm PST
cal graduate. she was working on her master's at the university of illinois at chicago. >>> police in east palo alto are investigating the city's first homicide of the year. officers responded to a call on dumbarton avenue near bell street around 7 p.m. last night to find a 19-year- old man with a gunshot wound there. police are urging witnesses to step forward. >>> the man arrested for the death of a pedestrian in san francisco pleaded not guilty this morning at his arraignment. 69-year-old giampaolo boschetti is charged with vehicular manslaughter accused of running the stop sign in the crocker amazon area on new year's eve. an 86-year-old map was in the crosswalk at the time. he was struck and killed. boschetti will be in court again on february 6. >>> after a rash of fires, things appear to have settled down on the eastern edge of downtown san jose. but there's still an intense superdelegate for the serial arsonist. there were 13 fires from wednesday through sunday all between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. investigators say at least 8 were started intentionally. so far no injuries but peop
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
states is definitely a hometown team chicago bulls fan. he's having so much fun. jake tapper? >> he is a huge sports fan. i'm here, can you hear me? >> yes, i can, my friend. yes. >> these are some of president obama's favorite things to cover. he is legitimately a huge sports fan who watches much more espn than he does any cable news network. when he had the chicago bears over to give them a white house event that they had been denied in 1985 because of the challenger disaster, that was very exciting for him as a chicago bears fan. and he loves watching sports and meeting these guys almost as if he's not the president. just another sports fan meeting chris bosh or other members of the miami heat. >> getting his own jersey. look at that, potus number 44. this is the fun picture. president obama is pretty tall himself. emma navarro. i know we're talking chris christie with you in a bit. but since you're from miami, how exciting is this for you to watch? even as a republican. >> there is no partisanship when it comes to this. as far as i'm concerned, forget chris christie's state of stat
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm EST
you touch senate. >> dianne, al jazeera, chicago. >> and the 30 million word initiative based on a study in 1995, found that children that hear more words were better prepared when they went to school. by third grade those with bigger vocabularies got higher test scotts. high pressure out west, as it increases the wind, creating damage wind and fire damage. and very dry conditions. first off the wind around the high, going down to the eastern side of the rockies here, really gusting so there's some travel problems there. some of the trucks on the highways having trouble getting through that gusty wind. across the southern plains and that wind, very dry conditions across southern california, and this is expected to say, this type of pat ten for at least the next few days at least, so dry weather in the time where you normally see a lot of rain or the most you can see throughout the day in southern california but seeing that dry weather with with that gusty wind, so the fire danger continues there. the ridge of high pressure, this is stationary. the trough of low pressure in the east
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
the mid-south and snow in minneapolis and chicago and up and down the east each seaboard and they were in a drought. now all eyes are on us for the drought. at half moon bay, 72 degrees. wear some sunscreen even with the total sunshine, the fairly clean air and reflecting off the water, you can get a nasty burn. 49 in santa rosa. you are watching up but you started it at 26 degrees and you will still making it into the 70. that is unheard of range -- almost 50 degrees. 60's, already, through the bayshore line and near 70 in oakland and san ramon, and san jose is behind at 59. we will move on and talk about a beautiful picture from the tower to the north, we will have sunshine today, near record high temperatures, and the fire threat through thursday and it will be almost as warm this weekend and i hope we can get cleaner air, san jose is looking beautiful under all the sunshine as we look downtown, and how much warmer-than-average, up to 15 degrees warmer and the asterisks are record highs if today with the sunsetting at 5:14. 74 in gilroy and 76 in santa cruz and upper 60's to 70's at
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
. essentially they took a look at a case out of federal court in chicago. this is the deposition that they mainly base the report on, and the position is of an attorney representing a mexican drug lord in which he claims that he was -- he was mediating between the mediating between the cartel and the dea. now, it is really up for interpretation whether we want to believe what an attorney for a drug cartel says. but let me read to you real quick what he told in deposition. this is under oath. he said mr. loya-castro stated that agents told him that, in exchange for information about rival drug trafficking organization, the united states government agreed to dismiss the pending case, not to interfere with his drug trafficking activities, not to actively prosecute him. and listen to this, wolf. the leadership of the sinaloa cartel, and not to apprehend them. wolf, let me tell you that we have reached out to the dea. they have no comment on this case. and there's no mexican official that has validated this information so far. >> do we know anything else about these alleged arrangements, includ
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 12:30pm EST
... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. town. the boat was overloaded are refugees, many women and children. heavy fighting has been reported today in the city as rebel forces attempt to seize the town. control of the town has changed hands twice since that conflict began last month. >> sectarian violence in the central african republic has claimed 1200 lives, displacing thousands of relatives and people there. entire villages have fled, hiding in the bush from christian and muslim militias. some villagers who left are now starting to return. >> people have fled, houses burnt down. these village have suffered attack after attack. in this settlement, near the town, hundreds of people emerge from the bush for the visit of a u.n. official. >> we are back now to rebuild your lives. >> they were hanging on his every word. >> a jazeera america is the only news channel that brings you live news at the top of every hour >> here are the headlines at this hour breaking news... sports... business... weather... live news.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm EST
brother. diane eastabrook, al jazeera, chicago. >>> i'm meteorologist dave warren the weather pattern here is fairly stuck. we have the cold air to the east, warm air to the west. this trough of low-pressure. cold air continues to move down. we see storms move through. high-pressure out west is dry and we get that windy weather especially east of the rockies, and the santa ana winds keeping it cold there. light snow in the plains, just a winter water advisory in effect with the cold temperatures. still warm across the southwest, and mild weather one more day here across the mid-atlantic states. the light snow just lingering a little bit, winter storm warning will remain in effect, but it's just a winter weather advisory, meaning not a lot of snow, just a little bit to make it troublesome on the roadways. wind will continue to gust, increasing the fire danger because it is dry and making travel a little troublesome there. here is the light snow through the great lakes. it will clear out. rain with the warmer temperature along the east coast ending, followed by a drop in temperatures in
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am EST
futures group in the trading pits in chicago at the cme. it is back to below normal temperatures and that is why we are getting the spike today. >>:4 tech ii coming soon. we have seen the price of natural gas go up 10% since the warm weather. we are knocking on the door of 440. above 440 we could spike dramatically higher. what could make that happen? very possibly this week on inventory. and weego we can history reflecting cold temperatures, lack of production and all of those situations coming together and a lot of people didn't think we would ever be in this situation, never thought demand would be strong enough to draw supplies down 10%, that is where we are, could be 15% very soon and big story on oil, going to send a letter to president obama to say we are going to start this oil export, doesn't make economic sense to have an oil policy in the 70s. dennis: the chris christie scandal, serious transgression or overblown media circus? your response is next. dennis: the chris christie standing, serious offense or another overblown media circus? what is bugging me. eps his one lane
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
yesterday. flight 4013 from chicago was supposed to land in branson, missouri, sunday night. instead, it touched down at a much smaller air field that was seven miles away. the boeing 737 had to stop short to avoid going off the runway. no one was hurt. we're still waiting for an ntsb investigation on what exactly happened. >>> new information this morning from the investigation that found alex rodriguez used performance-enhancing drugs. new york yankee slugger is suing major league baseball and its players union over a one-year suspension. >> good morning, charlie. his lawyers filed that appeal in federal court here in manhattan. chaling the 162-game suspension handed down by the league's independent arbitrator frederick horowitz. attorneys for rodriguez claim that the arbitrator's ruling should be overturned because horowitz was biased ruling in favor of major league baseball to preserve his own job. a manifest disregard for law, acted with impartiality and refused to acknowledge evidence. completely abdicated its responsibility to protect his rights. >> we have circumstances regar
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
chicago's midway airport sunday. it was supposed to land at branson airport in missouri, but instead, he somehow landed here, seven miles away at the much smaller taney county airport. take a look, the runways face in a similar direction but branson's runway is more than 7,000 feet long and has an overrun zone in case planes go off the runway. the runway at taney county is some 3,000 feet shorter with steep dropoffs at either end and has never had a 737 land there before. and that's why the pilot slammed on the brakes, the plane coming to a screeching halt 300 feet before it would have plunged right over the edge here. southwest finally moved the plane monday. and we now know authorities have taken the plane's black boxes to d.c. looking for answers. and we've also learned the ntsb will be interviewing the crew of flight 4013 sometime this week. robin? george? >> okay, alex, thank you very much. again, twice in two months this has happened. >> strange. and a lot of questions still to be answered. >>> we're going to turn now to that strange and scary series of fires hitting northern c
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 9:20am EST
it through the show today. here comes the opening bell and here is scott shellady from chicago. all right, scott, four down days, time to buy. yes? yes? >> well, it's a tale of two cities, last year was a time to read and listen to what the fed had to say. this year you're going to have to trade like a surgeon. more numbers like we had last friday. the participation rate is horrible and we'll see going month to month binary effects where we're going to have to see those types of numbers and give us the feeling to buy. today i would say hurry up and wait and ultimately good over the long haul, trade like a surgeon. stuart: hold on a second, scott. michael robinson is here with us. were you shaking your head or nodding your head? >> and always say pay attention. stuart: you look at individual stocks not the whole market? >> you can get confused by looking at too many numbers and you know what, what's going on with the market for the last four years, it's been choppy, it's been news-driven as it's trending up. if you sit out you may miss a big move. stuart: an individual stock in parti
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 9:00am EST
the russian judge. as bill said and the late mayor harold washington of chicago, the first black mayor used that politics ain't bean bag notion, too. this was a very bitter primary contest between the clintons centrally and this upstart young united states senator from the state of illinois. i remember sitting at a dinner with one of the more prominent obama aides at the time in the middle of all this, and this person was as harsh as one could be about hillary clinton. i mean, he really leveled her as untrustworthy, not fit for the office, so you saw it on the other side, too. the most interesting thing would have been if they would have taken their hit list to the white house if they had won and had the chance to play spoils politics, had the chance to parcel out favors, had the chance to build bridges some one place and perhaps not another. we'll never know, although perhaps might we know in 2016? do they take out that list, which also includes the asks successor john kerry. >> and a whole bunch of other people p.m. democrats and others made hay about nixon's enemies list that if tha
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
master's degree at the university of illinois in chicago. >>> a meat processor in petaluma recalling more than 20 tons of beef. the usda says the beef from the rancho feeding corporation was produced without a full federal inspection. so it is considered unsafe for human consumption. it includes oxtail, liver and tripe. >>> a man arrested for the death of a pedestrian in san francisco is due to be arraigned later this morning. 69-year-old [ non-english language ] is charged with vehicular manslaughter. he is accused of running a stop sign in the crocker amazon area on new year's eve. an 86-year-old man who was in the crosswalk at this time was struck and killed. >>> the long contract dispute is officially over at bart. members of its largest union voted to approve a contract worked out during months of talks. 87% of the seiu members ship said yes. >>> people in morgan hill are warned to look out for thieves who target catalytic conversers. police say more of them are being stolen. drivers are urged to park their cars in a secure spot like a garage or somewhere with motion detectors and co
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
wet but for atlanta, they are now clearing the airport. chicago, milwaukee, minneapolis, dealing with snow and so is denver the look familiar? it is almost the same weapon the polar vortex let go of the air they have another plunge coming but nothing like what they dealt with a couple of weeks ago. from mount tamalpais you can see the winds up to 30 miles per hour and looking to the eastern span of the bay bridge and the port of oakland, this is sunshine and more record highs today, with high fire threat through thursday and as warm this weekend and when we cool, we will still be above average. you can see why we have such a fire danger. our temperatures will be anywhere from five- to ten-degrees warmer than we should be. look for the asterisk where record highs are possible in gilroy and santa cruz is 76 for the warm spot and upper 60's to near 71 in the south bay with san jose, santa clara and cupertino at 71. 72 is a warm spot long the coast at half moon bay. and 69 is a record high in downtown with a lot of records up north, 71 in san rafael, and low 70's at your beaches. 73 in oa
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 4:30am PST
to be. >> she was a cal graduate pursuing a master's degree at the university of illinois in chicago. >>> this flu season is not letting up. four more flu-related deaths are reported here in the bay area. two of them were in santa clara county plus two more in santa cruz and san mateo counties. it brings the number of flu deaths in the area to 14. it's been a run on flu vaccines, too. some pharmacies are running out but they say they are ordering extra doses now to keep up with the demand. >>> a vacaville pastor is under arrest for firebombing his ex- girlfriend's house. police say mark lewis and three others threw a molotov cocktail from a car early thursday morning. 6 people were sleeping inside the house. no one was hurt. investigators believe lewis is linked to several other incidents targeting the same woman including breaking her car windows and setting fire to the bushes outside her home. >>> petaluma meat processor is recalling more than 41,000 pounds of beef. the usda says the beef from the rancho feeding corporation was produced without a full federal inspection. so it is c
KICU
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
strange stop. the chicago tribune reports, the southwest airlines flight from chicago's midway airport was scheduled to land at branson, missouri sunday night. instead it wound up 7 miles away at taney county airport and was forced to come to a quick halt because the runway is half the size of branson airport.no one was injured.an investigation has been launched. jet blue projects passeger revenue in 20-13 will top 20- 12. the airline is projecting a 13% increase. also, jet blue predicts the number of people filling seats on jet blue may come in 2% better than a year ago.and while operating costs are likely to weigh on the bottom line....the airline is out with tweaks to its business model that could trim costs. a new scandal is rocking chris christie's role as governor of new jersey. according to reports-- federal officials are checking into whether christie mis-used superstorm sandy relief fund.investigators are questioning if he used $2 million from the fund to create new jersey tourism ads featuring himself and his family.meantime, a probe is underway into whether his staff maliciously
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
ice up roads from minneapolis to cleveland. >>> if you're flying, airport delays possible in chicago, detroit, minneapolis, d.c., philly, new york, boston and l.a. >>> and back to the news now, a new question about the emergency response to a fatal shooting at a new jersey mall. >> newly released 911 calls indicating that the ambulance took up to 30 minutes to reach a lawyer who had been shot to death in a parking lot carjacking at the height of the holiday shopping season. the victim's wife can be heard screaming at the dispatcher about the delay in getting help. >> yes, this is an emergency. i'm at the short hills mall parking lot. my husband has been shot. we called an ambulance a half an hour ago. where is he? >> they're on their way, ma'am. they're on their way. >> the local police chief said the ambulance got there within 18 minutes, but it had trouble getting to the scene because it couldn't fit below a low ceiling at the parking deck entrance. >>> and this dramatic new video from denver. a s.w.a.t. team opens fire on a man using a woman as a human shield. police say he took h
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
we're still tracking the international travel forecast. maligned if you're going to the chicago you may have to deal with some snow. they have rain for the mid atlantic and east coast. new york and washington is looking at rainy conditions. >> the great lakes is also expecting some type of snow. all around the bay area we are just on is the dry conditions. i think for the rest of this month, the models are not bringing any brain. the january could be the driest on record. >> it feels like spring 70 degrees for san jose and 69 for livermore. upper 60s for a san mateo. dull town san francisco will be pushing close to 70 degrees. santa rosa is at 73 degrees. >> the kron 47 day around the bay shows 70 degrees in through thursday. nothing drastic for friday. the weekend will be cooler. the time is 5:48 a.m.. >> it is slow to get started and i still think we may see a pretty sizable backlog for the westbound ride. the traffic is at building and still there are no delays across the span. it is an easy trip at the toll plaza. the golden gate bridge as well as 92 and the san mattel of bridge
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 4:00am PST
afternoon thunderstorms. chicago, expect snow. dallas will be sunny and so will los angeles. >>> and time now for a check of the national forecast. winter weather advisories are in effect in the northern plains and upper midwest. rain is likely for major east coast cities from d.c. to maine. most of the west will be dry, though. but santa ana winds will keep the fire danger high across southern california. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," google invests big in smart thermostats and pizza hut offers a new piece of the pie. wendy gillette is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, wendy. >> good morning, anne-marie. here on wall street, the market's new year slump continues. fueled by an oil price decline and fueled by the fed's industrial program. the dow jones finished 180 points lower. the nasdaq composite lost 61 points. >>> asian stocks tumbled as the yen hit a four-week high against the dollar. tokyo's nikkei plummeted 3% hitting a one-month although. hong kong's hang seng lost 0.5%. >>> google is paying $3.2 million to buy nest labs. the company develops hig
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
decision yet. >>> police in chicago say a 23-year-old man is hospitalized this morning after a tragic accident that cost a friend his life. authorities say the man dropped his cell phone into the chicago river then fell into the icy waters trying to retrieve it. two friends tried to help, but then fell in after him. one later died. police have not released the victim's name. >>> and a dog in distress can thank an animal control officer for saving his life this weekend. he found the dog tied to a tree and up to his neck in water. it's still unclear who left the dog outside. he's now being named river and is up for adoption. lovely gesture by that man. >> totally was. >>> take a break on "new day." what would you do. pregnant woman declared brain dead is being kept alive for the sake of her baby. her family says this isn't what she wanted. turns out the law says, it doesn't matter what she wanted. is this the right thing to do? >>. >>> also ahead, woody allen's lifetime achievement honor has managed to reignite a long standing feud with his ex-wife. she and her son showing their contemp
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
they didn't have them today. you'll see some snowflakes in chicago, but not a lot of accumulation. the rest of the east coast looking very wet on this tuesday morning. back to you, mika. >> bill, thank you. deputy editor, "vanity fair," featuring jimmy fallon. >> let's start with jimmy fallon. right off the top, you write how this guy could not be any different from the consonant "tonight show" host johnny carson. >> the only thing in common they have is shooting "the tonight show" in new york. it moved from this building out to l.a. jimmy is bringing it back. they're very different people. johnny was out on the town every night, you know, boozing it up and having a great time. and jimmy is a very different kind of guy, different sense of humor. totally different all around. >> how different? in what ways? >> you know, his sense of humor. jimmy stands out from the rest of them. he doesn't have that hard edge, i think, that johnny had, that dave has, that a lot of these guys have. he's sort of -- he's a throwback almost to the era before johnny. >> the sweetness. >> yes. >> comedic
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
talking to you in chicago about housing and how the bank relies on it. >> today, the affordability of homes remains very attractive. my first mortgage in 1976 was eight percent. my second mortgage was 11.5%. if you're less than 50 years old, you think four percent is normal. these are enormously attractive rates. >> mortgage origination should fall about 25%. back to theto go event in chicago and listen to that entire interview. repoguy started out in the business and has built himself into the number one banker in mortgages and housing and he is the pulse of where they are going in 2014. >> wells fargo was responsible for one in five u.s. mortgages last year which is stunning. what will we hear on the conference call? >> the key question is the status of outstanding lead -- litigation with jpmorgan and we want to hear more about the impact of rising rates. it is the operational side of the business. i think they are wondering how many layoffs there will be. i don't mean this quarter but in the next few quarters. >> expense control will remain a big theme for these banks. >> and th
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am EST
children and the program started in chicago and encourages parents to simply talk more to their kids. >> why? >> not ya, wa. >> reporter: she is always putting four-year-old daughter alana to the test even at snack time. >> you tell mommy how many gram crackers there are. >> four. >> reporter: the 25-year-old single mom learned how to improve her vocabulary through a pilot program called 30 million words. >> if you remember that. >> reporter: the name comes from the word gap that researchers say sometimes exists between higher income kids who interact more with their parents and lower income kids who sometimes don't. the program helps those kids improve their vocabulary by teaching their parents different ways to talk to them. a device like a pedometer and she was as astonished by the progress. >> he called something ridiculous and it's like who are you talking to. >> reporter: the doctor a pediatric surgeon specializing in implants for hearing impaired developing 30 million words after noticing some low-income patients did not progress as well as others following surgery. >> and i r
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
. flight 4013 from chicago was supposed to land in branson on sunday night before making its way to dallas. but it touched down at a much smaller airstrip several miles away. the boeing 737 landed on a runway nearly half the size it usually lands on at graham clark airport. all 124 passengers were fine. no one was injured. that's where the crew, the captain has 14 years experience. the first officer, 12 years. for a combined 26 years of flying experience and they are on paid leave until the investigation is complete. we spoke with an aviation expert who says this really should not have happened had the pilots been actually looking at their instruments, their tools. and also the tower controllers should have suspected something as well. so he suspects this was a series of mistakes by several people maybe. back to you. >> no kidding. crazy story. saul garza in dallas, thank you very much. >>> okay. have you been cheating yourself out of getting in shape? nintendo's new wii fit you actually says game on to fitness in no time and we're going to talk about it. >> here right now, celebrit
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 2:30am PST
flight 4013 left chicago's midway airport, headed on to branson, missouri. sources say the pilot were in contact with the branson tower and cleared to land, but the pilots lined up with the runway at the wrong airport, instead going to a smaller air field near by with a runway half as long. >> you could feel like something was wrong, but we just thought it was maybe turbulence or at least i did. and then we hit the runway really hard and really fast we stopped. and all of a sudden, you smelled rubber really strong. like through the whole cabin. and we all looked at each other like something is not right. >> about five minutes later, the pilot came on the p.a. and says ladies and gentlemen, i'm sorry to tell you we have landed at the wrong airport. >> pretty scary stuff. so pilots had to slam on the brakes to avoid going off an embankment. sources say pilots were not using autopilot, a recent source of concern with other in-flight incidents. but it is the latest example of an apparent lack of focus in the cockpit. last november, a 747 accidentally landed at a municipal airport instead
MSNBC
Jan 14, 2014 2:00am PST
, three people plunge into the chicago river after falling through thin ice. a 26-year-old man died after being pulled from the water. authorities say the trio walked on to the ice after one of them dropped their cell phone. divers have been unable to find a 21-year-old woman. a 23-year-old man is in stable condition at a local maryland, thing. three children were playing on a frozen pond when the ice gave way. a 10-year-old boy died. the other two remain hospitalized. >>> and in western pennsylvania, residents are on flood watch. >>> so next to new jersey where there is fresh trouble for governor chris christie, first it was that george washington bridge traffic jam, but this morning there are new questions about his response to hurricane sandy. and this just hours before his state of the state address. nbc's tracie potts is live in washington. the governor is now dealing with, what, two federal investigations? >> reporter: right. first the u.s. attorney looking into what happened at the bridge. and now the governor's office has to convince washington the department of housing and
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 2:00am PST
dead and a woman missing after three people fall into the icy chicago river. the 26-year-old man dropped his cell phone he jumped in after it, his two friends jumped in after him. they were able to pull the man out but not the woman. one man died the other in critical condition. the search will continue for that woman. >> the self proclaimed mastermind of 9-11 now communicating beyond the walls of his cell with a pen pal. a man in england just received a 27 page letter handwritten by sheikh mohammed talking about his repentance. the attorneys are accused of smuggle out the letter. she was a pilot on 9-11 and expressed her outrage. >> this is a gold mind of propaganda coming from the rock star of 9-11 that's how stupid the infidels are in letting this get out. his attorney i have to say shame on you major derek posy a marine, an active duty marine. you are a disgrace to your uniform for participating in this. >> deborah says ksm's lawyers are violating a protective order which prohibits contra ban being allowed into the cells of detainees. >> a selfie from jail. a couple of kentuc
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 1:42am PST
took off from chicago's midway airport. it was supposed to land in branson, missouri and the pilot was cleared to land by the tower. instead, he somehow landed here, seven miles away at the much smaller taney county airport. runways face a similar direction. but branson's runway is more than 7,000 feet long and has an overrun zone in case planes go off the runway. the runway at taney is some 3,000 feet shorter and there are steep dropoffs at either end. that's why the pilot slammed on the brakes. the plane cominging to a screeching halt just 300 feet before it would have plunged right over the edge here. >> this could have been bad. this is a runway never intended to take a plane like a 737. it is made out of asphalt, not concrete. it's much shorter. >> the pilot tried to calm panicked passengers. >> people know we're here. we will be taking care of you just as soon as we can. thanks again for your patience. again, i apologize. >> a similar incident in november when a korgo cargo jet landed at a tiny airport in wichita, kansas. much smaller than mcconnell air force base. the 737 left t
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 1:37am PST
pursuing a masters degree at university of ill any chicago. >>> tonight there are four more flu-related deaths in the bay area. two of them are in santa clara county and two more in santa cruz and san mateo counties. there's been a run on flu vaccines. now some pharmacies are running out, but they say they are ordering extra doses to keep up with the demand. >>> a petaluma meat processor is recalling more than 41,000 pounds of beef products. the usda says the products from the rancho feeding corporation were produced without a full federal inspection, so they are considered unsafe for human consumption. the recalled products include oxtail, live and tripe. >>> the foster farms -- liver and tripe. >>> foster farms is shutting down to address new food safety measures. the usda shut the plant down last week due to cockroaches. >>> after 40 years in congress one of the most powerful democrats on capitol hill is calling it quits. bay area representative george miller is retiring. the contra costa county democrat has been a leading voice on education and labor issues. his proudest accomplishm
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 1:00am PST
me tell you, you know, anderson, you remember meigs field in chicago? the tiny airport downtown? the airport where they landed is 400 feet shorter than that. >> wow. >> that gives you an idea how short it is. that runway is considerably shorter than the runways at laguardia. laguardia is not a super big, o'hare-type airport. we're talking about a very short -- i call it a sidewalk. it's not really a place to land an airplane like that. >> wow, that is scary. jim -- >> so, we, we can give him credit for getting the thing stopped on the concrete. we can give him credit for that. >> as you said, a lot we don't know yet. >> they have to answer for it. indeed. >> jim tilmon, thank you very much. >>> disaster averted for southwest. more trouble for the northeast governor once thought a top contender for the white house. cnn chris frates has learned that chris christie is now under federal investigation, specifically for using sandy relief money to pay for this ad campaign designed to bring back tourism to the storm-damaged jersey shore. his office says the ads were part of an action plan a
CW
Jan 13, 2014 10:00pm PST
chicago. >>> new community task force met in santa rosa today to discuss the death of andy lopez. 13-year-old was shot by sonoma county deputy in october after he mistook the boy's pellet gun for an actual assault rifle. tonight, the task force met to explore options for the community policing. some residents were skeptical. >> here, what else do you guys want type of deal? we're not going to indict them, so here. you should be happy with this. that's how i look at it, but i have to put a little bit of faith in a few of the members on the task force, hoping that mob something good can come out of this. >> many community members are outraged that deputy gilhouse is back at work in an administrative role of two months of paid leave. >>> the long drawn out battle is finally over. members of the transit agency's biggest union voted today to ratify their new contract. so ends nine months of labor strike that included two crippling strikes. the new four-year deal drops a provision, but includes raises and safety improvements. >> veteran bay area representative is calling it quits after 40
KOFY
Jan 13, 2014 9:00pm PST
but marked with warning signs. back man was a student at the university of illinois in chicago. she graduated from rancho high school there in rohnert park. immanuel her sister was with her. imagine how her sister is doing tonigh tonight. >>> white house issued a statement late today on the retirement of east bay congressman george miller who is stepping down after 4 decades in washington. statement reads quote because of his tireless efforts our air and water are chlorine, worker rights are better protected. more young people can afford to go to college statement from the white house goes on and more working family can make ends meet. veteran contra costa county democratic congressman says it was time to retire. >> various president's republicans and democrats tried to get national health care. when that passed i really felt like mission accomplished. >>reporter: miller made announcement ka in his home district. first elected to congress in late 20's. at the end of the vietnam war. now skaishtion he says his most recent achievement on education labor and health care make him the mo
SFGTV
Jan 13, 2014 9:00pm PST
response was. they said they filed a legal challenge by an attorney in chicago that said the director of dpw does not have the authority to go back and work with the neighbors. essentially filed a legal technique -- technicality, they filed a legal technicality. did that work with the neighbors? i don't understand that at all. how in the world can they get over that. at the end of the day the whole thing is a pretense anyway that they are working with dpw and working with neighbors. now they have come out and said when you are finally working through process we have at least one got a hearing and said we are not going back to doing it again. why have those hearings in the first place? i don't understand. thank you.a >> what they call customer service is a joke. it's just a terrible company. so i oppose it on those grounds. practically but anyone else would have the benefit of our public infrastructure of what it should be unacceptable business citizen. i feel that at&t has not been. thank you very much for your time. >> thank you very much. next speaker. >> good afternoon supervisors,
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 11:59pm EST
. so it was rocky for a few years. >> what changed for nancy when her mother remarried to a chicago physician? >> there was money. he was successful. she went to smith college. he was the doting parent she had lacked. for most of her life, that is the man she called her father. they gave her an idea of what a family could be. from that day forward, she had an idea of what she would like to be, and what she wanted out of life. and she wanted to build a family that was the family she didn't have. that was something that she and reagan had in common. she went to hollywood. she went to the theater, and then she went back to hollywood. she was typecast. she was cast as the steady woman. that is what she was. >> did nancy reagan and barbara bush know each other as students at smith college? >> i would have to ask. do you know? i think nancy was leaving as barbara bush was coming in. >> she was only there a year or two, so i don't think so. that is a good question. >> we know that nancy went to new york to try acting right out of smith. she was in new york for two years before she went to
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm EST
midway airport in chicago at a crew of 5. 6::30 p.m, dark, central time, the weather was good and there were air traffic controllers at branson, the pilots were in touch of them. it's unclear how they could have made the mistake, they could have come in for a visual landing and looked at the wrong airport and perhaps did not punch the right coordinates into the onboard computers. few feet short of this shorter runway, at the end of that runway was a steep embankment and then a highway. luckily the plane did stop in time, no passengers were injured although certainly they were quite inconveniented had to stay on the plane for about an hour and a half until they could be bussed to the branson airport. the national transportation safety board has pulled the black boxes and trying to figure out how this mistake was made. the pilots are grounded until they can figure that out. >> lisa, thank you. >>> the detroit auto show, unleashing new concepts to the world. total $360 million, good for a troubled city recovering from bankruptcy. jfali velshi spoke to allen molalley. >> ecoboost engines wi
CNBC
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm EST
, jim, a big chicago blackhawks boo-yah to ya. >> hey. flyers have a winning record boo-yah. >> caller: long time fan and hey, i really love your new "get rich carefully" book. it's fantastic. >> thank you. we had 400 sold this weekend in costco. holy cow. big signing on wednesday night right here, 92nd street "y" in new york. what's up? >> caller: you're looking very dapper on the front cover. nice choice in suits. >> i had about ten suits, they picked that one. i took about -- there was like 3,000 pictures taken, maybe the biggest waste of time i've ever had. what's up? >> caller: hey. what do you think about health care obamacare community health? >> i think it's played out. i think it was last year's trade, i think it's over, i feel the same way about tenant. if you want to know what i think is a great obamacare play, you stay tuned, i've got it, i've found it and i think it's better than anything else in health care. there's good news out there. instead of the lulus and sodastreams, you know what, i respect the sellers. but the buyers will be back after we work off the overbought.
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 8:00pm PST
question will be. >> from someone who covered politics and development in chicago and other places, what i think is so fascinated about the development in the traffic, if you look at the graphic, if we can show it again, the one line or three lines of toll lanes. the things that separate those are seven orange cones that cost about 55 cents each probably when ordered in bulk, right? where the seven cones go determine the value of a parcel of land currently valued in its full development form of billions of dollars. you don't have to tear anything down or blow anything up. the reason this is such a braille yant idea in its own sick and twisted way is that all they today do was move a few cones. i can see why, for whatever the motivation, they thought they were going to get away with it. >> and there are a few other elements here that i think are worth pointing out. one is that when chris christie made jokes about moving those cones in his december 2 press conference, the next thing was a line about ft. lee had this special lane and -- >> and he said, that kind of gets me sauced. >>
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 8:00pm PST
. let me tell you, anderson, you remember meg's field in chicago? >> mm-hmm. >> a tiny little airport. >> sure, yeah, yeah. >> downtown. the airport where they landed is 400 feet shorter than that. >> wow. >> that gives you some idea about how short it is. that runway they landed on is considerably shorter than the runway at laguardia. laguardia is not a super big o'hare-type airport. we're talking about a very -- i call it a sidewalk. it's not really a place to land an airplane like that. >> that is scary. >> so, you know, we can give them credit for getting the thing stopped on the concrete. give them credit for that. >> as you said, a lot we don't know yet. >> oh, boy, indeed. >> jim, great to have you on. thank you very much. disaster averted for southwest. more trouble for the northeast governor, once thought a top contender of the white house. cnn's chris frates has learned that chris christie is now under federal investigation, specifically for using sandy relief money to pay for this ad campaign designed to bring back tourism to the storm-damaged jersey shore. now, his office
Univision
Jan 13, 2014 6:30pm PST
tenemos detalles . >> el avión de south west salió de chicago y debia aterrizar en misuri, seguian la ruta como siempre hasta que sobrevino una sacudida de la nava y el piloto freno y después intenso olor a caucho quemado ahí se supo que tenían problemas . >> por causas el avión de dos buenos pilotos aterrizo en otro lado en vez de branson sino que tanin el piloto dijo que aterrizamos en el aeropuerto equivocado . >> para grabar , la terminal aérea donde aterrizan no esta diseñada para un tipo de aeronave así porque la longitud es la mitad de la que requiere . >> un aterrisaje violento . >> al termino el piloto se disculpo y se puede llamar como despistado aterrizaje . >> [hablando inglés] . >> expertos dicen que si no frena a tiempo la nave termina en una autopista lo que generaría tragedia . >> bueno lo que pudo ser tragedia termino bien el avión despego sin problemas del aeropuerto de tani para eso sacaron parte del combustible, aplausos la aerolínea suspendió a los dos pilotos mientras se hace la investigación . >> muchas gracias pausa y volvemos el sueño american
Telemundo
Jan 13, 2014 6:30pm PST
aterrizo por error en un pequeÑo aeropuerto de missouri la euro nave de chicago, descendiÓ en una pista mÁs pequeÑa los pasajeros resultaron ilesos fueron llevados por tierra hasta el aeropuerto, y los pilotos suspendidos. >> te imaginas? >> no quisiera ser los pilotos y pasajeros. >> aumenta el nÚmero de detenidos por el asesinato de mÓnica spear. >> tenemos las reacciones con el principal testigo en caso de rodrÍguez. >> ♪ ♪ arrestaron a otro presunto implicado en el homicidio de mÓnica spear y su esposo el pasado lunes en venezuela esta maÑana se realizÓ la reconstrucciÓn de los hechos en el lugar del crimen, con el auto y la grÚa, ya su mano 9 los detenidos por el asesinato despuÉs que un joven de 18 aÑos se entregara a las autoridades 7 de ellos fue acusado de robo y homicidio. >> este fue un fin de semana sangriento en el salvador, mientras los candidatos debatÍan sus propuestas contra de delincuencia en un temblor evangÉlico asesinaron brutalmente a 6 personas, este y otros crÍmenes demuestran que la guerra entre las pandillas en este paÍs centroamericano estÁ lej
CBS
Jan 13, 2014 5:30pm PST
-- was headed from chicago's midway airport to branson airport in missouri. somehow the pilots mistakenly landed at graham clark airport seven miles away and with a much shorter runway, only 3,700 feet. roughly half the length of branson's runway. after landing, the pilot slammed on the brakes. no one was hurt but passengers said they were pitched forward by the sudden stop. >> the runway looked like it was about three blocks long and that's it. we were the only plane sitting out there so it was kind of hard to imagine that they didn't know they shouldn't have been there. >> reporter: the plane stopped just before the runway ended at an embankment overlooking a four-lane highway. passenger scott schieffer took these photographs of the cockpit and the runway as he exited the plane. >> i mean, it was a real scene with all of the flashing lights and passenger december planing. >> reporter: wrong-airport landings are not unheard of. in november, a 747 cargo plane landed nine miles off course at the wrong airport in wichita, kansas. the national transportation safety board has pulle
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 5:30pm PST
: the boeing 737, packed with 124 passengers took off from chicago's midway airport. it was supposed to land at branson airport in missouri. and in fact, the pilot was cleared to land there by the tower. but instead, he somehow landed here, seven miles away at the much smaller taney county airport. take a look. the runways face in a similar direction. but branson's runway is more than 7,000 feet long and has an overrun zone in case planes go off the runway. the runway at taney county is some 3,000 feet shorter. and there's steep drop-offs at either end. that's why the pilot slammed on the brakes. the plane coming to a screeching halt just 300 feet before it would have plunged over the edge here. >> this could have been very, very bad. this was a runway that was never intended to take a heavy airplane like a 737. it's made out of asphalt, not concrete. it's much shorter. >> reporter: the pilot tried to calm panicked passengers. >> people know we are here. and we will be taking care of you just as soon as we can. thanks again for your patients. again, i apologize. >> reporter: a simila
Univision
Jan 13, 2014 5:00pm PST
mujer en california. la turista residente de chicago, se parÓ al borde de un barranco en san diego para que su hermana le tomara una foto, pero resbalÓ, y murio en el acto. dos enfermeras que estaban en el lugar, y surfistas intentaron revivirla, todo fue en vano. >>> a las heladas aguas del rio de la ciudad de chicago, un hombre se lanzÓ de 26 aÑos, todo para tratar re de recuperar su celular que se le habÍa caido, una mujer de 21 aÑos saltÓ para rescatarlo, y otro sujeto de 23 aÑos, encontraron el cadÁver del primer hombre que saltÓ, rescataron al segundo con vida, la mujer desafortunadamente continÚa desaparecida. >>> un fatales incendio en la madrugada, cobrÓ la vida de una falia hispana, como cuenta salvador duran, fue una tragedia que segÚn bomberos pudo evitarse. >>> en esta granja donde habitaba la familia se convirtÓo en un infierno, cuando un cortocircuito desatÓ un incendio que no se pudo controlar. >>> lo que encontraron los bomberos fue 4 personas que estaban lastimados. desde todo el humo que habÍa en el parte del edificio, la mayorÍa del incendio fue
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